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02.12.18

Knife Crime: Peer Pressure, Revenge and Broken Families

Knife crime – Britain has become notorious for it. Some people compare it to the American gun violence epidemic. Most acts of knife violence are committed by 15-25 year old males who come from working...

08.5.18

Old Habits Die Hard With Climate Change

Britain has been lagging behind its European counterparts in the walk to a cleaner future. Greater London is home to 8,173,941 million people and has one of the highest levels of pollution in the U.K....

05.2.19

I Know You Don’t Want to Hear It, the Dreaded B Word, but I’m Going to Say It...

Understandably, people of Britain have had this word crammed down their throats since 2016 and, unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. And neither do its consequences. It is...

10.6.16

Lies, Damned Lies and Predictions

Well, this EU referendum thing is heating up. There are some pretty extreme headlines flying about. “The Fourth Reich is here without a shot being fired,” says Simon Heffer in the Telegraph on 15...

30.8.16

Could it Be Business as Usual?

That is a really bad headline. Terrible. Even at school, children learn the basics of what news is and what isn’t. ‘Dog bites man’ is not news, but ‘Man bites dog’ is news. So by that standing,...

10.5.16

China Incorporated

I am 45. For the first half of my life my only connection with the Chinese economy was spending money at a takeaway. All I learnt in school, despite its rich and eventful history, was Chairman Mao and...

07.10.16

Fibre Optic Technologies for the Next 50 Years

It might be hard to imagine, but we were already talking about fibre-to-the-home (FttH) networks back in the 1970s and 1980s. This was in the early days of interactive TV, and pay TV and fibre optics were...

14.4.19

The Importance of Government Leadership in Digital Transformation

Our societies and economies have reached a new threshold. The developments that have lead to this are a logical continuation of our evolutionary process, but interestingly, the current rapid societal changes...

10.5.16

Digital Forensics – an Understanding in Today's Business World

Digital forensics is the recovery and investigation of digital data from organised businesses where computer systems have failed. It can also be used as a tool to track cyber crime or as a way of understanding...

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